Panasonic announced the newest addition to its headphone family, the RP-HD805N high-resolution wireless noise-cancelling headphones.

Panasonic RP-HD805N Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones

These wireless headphones are equipped with wideband, high-resolution audio playback and support LDAC™ and Qualcomm® aptX™ HD audio codecs. These high definition codecs facilitate the reproduction of high-resolution audio over Bluetooth, allowing for swift responsiveness and authentic audio fidelity.

The HD805N headphones feature a Multi-Layer Film (MLF) Diaphragm for the HD driver to further improve response and audio quality while eliminating extraneous vibrations. The structure and materials of the frame were thoughtfully designed to minimize vibrations in the driver and maximize the spaciousness of the sonic field.

The HD805N aims to provide listeners with a perfect audio environment, through three modes of noise cancellation enabled by positioning the microphone outside the housing component and arranging the feedback system on the driver unit closer to the eardrum. The implemented Ambient Sound Enhancer is a proprietary technology which allows for important sounds, such as airport announcements or cars honking, to penetrate the headphones while noise cancellation is activated. This feature can be turned on and off at the listener’s leisure.

Designed to fit any user comfortably, the HD805N headphones are constructed with a 3D Ball Joint Structure enabling the headphones to adapt to the optimum positioning for all head sizes and ear shapes. The HD805N enhances comfort with ergonomically designed 3D earpads crafted with low-resilience urethane foam providing an air-tight seal for outstanding sound insulation.

With the HD805N, listeners can enjoy hours of music, both at home and away. The HD805N has approximately 20 hours of continuous playback when noise cancelling is active.

The headphones will be available in black, silver and brown at USD 249.99.

1 COMMENT

  1. It looks like the RP-HD605N or 610. The specs also look same. So what are the key differences? I have the 605 and it sounds fantastic, looks fine, has decent noise cancelling, however the build is so lame that the both hinges are broken after couple of months. The adhesive of the pads peel off too. I found out, there are a lot of such cases. Even though I love the sound, I don’t trust Panasonic after all.

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